MISCELLANEOUS PICTURES ~ 1

This page contains a selection of pictures of vehicles which are either not yet allocated, not allocated to a specific station, or the exact allocation is unknown plus other general pictures

Based at the former Durning Road Fire Station, Denniss F12 PLV415 is currently undergoing restoration.
[Copyright picture ~ S. Ryan and reproduced with permission.]
 

The appliance that never was.  Although lettered for Merseyside and possibly trialled in the brigade,
the Chubb Pacesetter was never officially accepted by the brigade.  It was seen at Olympia in 1975.

Having arrived on Merseyside from the Fire Service College in March 1990,
Bedford TKG OYH414R was seen in the yard at Banks Road, 25 August 1990.
[Copyright picture ~ K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

After service with the brigade, OYH414R passed to the museum.  It was seen in Allerton in 2002.

Land Rover Recovery Vehicle GCA682X [fleetnumber 2224] outside Speke workshops.
[Copyright Merseyside Fire Museum and reproduced with permission.]

Dodge Recovery Vehicle Q697GBG
[Copyright Merseyside Fire Museum and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis SS K855NEM has been allocated to the Fire Cadets.  It was seen in the yard at St. Helens, 30 July 2007.
[Copyright picture ~ C. Scrivens and reproduced with permission.]

'MARINE FIRE 1' the Marine Rescue Boat seen at Woodside Ferry Terminal, 25 March 2008.
[Copyright picture ~ P. Warnock and reproduced with permission.]

Ford Ranger W196JNE is also part of the Marine Rescue Unit and was seen at Washington Hall, Lancashire, 12 February 2011.

Although the Small Fires Unit has been 'on the run' for a while,
it was exhibited at FireExpo2005 at the N.E.C. Birmingham, 16 May 2005.

It was further exhibited at Fire2005 at G-Mex Manchester when seen 2 November 2005.

Also seen at Fire2005 was Honda Motorcycle RO04EWC for use in the City Centre
during major roadworks.  In particular it attends Automatice Fire Alarms.

Merseyside's second Honda 1300 Fire Bike RE54MSO was seen at Birkenhead, 14 August 2007.
[Copyright picture ~ Dave York and reproduced with permission.]

Parked outside G-Mex, Manchester, was the Fire Investigation Dog Van, 2 November 2005.

Small Fires Units DK54HZU and DK56JXE were both seen at Headquarters.
[Copyright picture ~ Simon Ryan and reproduced with permission.]

The second Small Fires Unit, DX56JXE
[Copyright picture ~ C. Scrivens and reproduced with permission.]

Merseyside operates the first Rehab Unit 'COOLVAN' DK56JXF in the country.
It's primary purpose is to aid firefighters overcome by heat to recover more quickly.
It was seen in Kirkby, 24 June 2009.

The interesting variety of uses of Mercedes Vans cotinues apace with DX56JXL, the Community Assistance Unit
which operates in conjuction with Merseyside Police.  It was seen at Kirkdale, 23 September 2007.
[Copyright picture ~ K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

The new Rescue Boat was seen whilst in build.
[Copyright picture ~ C. Phillips and reproduced with permission.]

New Scania Prime Movers DK08GJJ and DK08GJO were seen at Headquarters in June 2008.
[Copyright picture ~ S. J. D. Ryan and reproduced with permission.]





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